MuCH: Muslim-Christian Dialogue at NYU
MuCh: Muslim-Christian Dialogue at NYU provides a safe space to discuss Islam and Christianity. The group dialogue is open to Muslims, Christians, people of any faith, and people of no faith at all with all levels of spirituality. It is a presentation of Muslim and Christian voices on campus. MuCh acknowledges the differences and similarities that exist between differing faiths and seeks to actively acknowledge them. Similarities allow people of differing faiths to come together on common ground and unity. Sustained friendships and cooperation through differences allow people to learn how to respect and honor one another.
Arif Khalil is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in Mathematics, concentrating his studies to pursue a career as an actuary. He has been on the MuCh E-Board since its inception during his freshman year, and he is currently the co-President with his friend Selaedin. Arif is also a part of the Multifaith Advisory Council, a small group of active student leaders within the Global Spiritual Life community at NYU. He has also been involved with the Muslim Student Association’s Mentorship program, currently helping with their Professionals Initiative. Rumor is that Arif secretly lives on the 4th floor of GCASL and sometimes commutes home to NJ.